Central Coast Land Conservancy

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To conserve habitat, the Central Coast Land Conservancy has worked closely and formed effective partnerships with other landowners and managers, including The Wetlands Conservancy, Pacific Forest Trust, MidCoast Watersheds Council, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Lincoln County, and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

We have received funding from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Coast Joint Venture, US Bancorp, and the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.

Central Coast Land Conservancy has also benefitted from the help and experience of Pacific Coast Joint Venture, as well as other land trusts, including the Nature ConservancyMcKenzie River Trust, and others through work with the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts. Funding for riparian and floodplain area planting on a new holding is from new partners Tillamook Estuaries Partnership and the Department of Land Conservation and Development.

Other connections for information and services include

The Private Landowner Network and the Land Trust Alliance.

Volunteers on plant restoration expedition along the Nestucca River.

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